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Dance, clap, and stomp along to Teeth Lost, Hearts Won, the first stateside album from Aussie pop darlings, The Grates.
Fans of classic Spiritualized, the Figurines, and Mark Kozelek’s Sun Kil Moon will love this neo-psychedelic coma of autumnal-toned guitar riffs, pulsating bass lines, and spellbinding vocal drone.
The Heavy return with the old-school soul of The House That Dirt Built.
Imagine the musical offspring of a Europop dance party and an island jamboree.
The very Swedish and very mysterious siblings Olof Dreijer and Karin Dreijer Andersson, who make up The Knife, are following up their 2006 sensation, Silent Shout, in an unconventional way.
It would appear that the Mynabirds is actually just one bird, Laura Burhenn (formerly of D.C. duo Georgie James). Her debut album, What We Lose in the Fire We Gain in the Flood, plays host to some guest musicians who boast horns, guitars, and drums.
Sweet, but not too sweet.
Sassy rocker femmes The Plasticines speak their minds with their insanely catchy, charmingly bitchy debut About Love.
Fabulous, sexy fairy tales from the front lines of Eurodisco decadence.
The Raveonettes continue to entice with their edgy, fuzzy, Scandinavian pop sound on In and Out of Control.
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